Michael Lewis Webster (March 18, 1952 – September 24, 2002) was an
American football player who played as a center in the National Football League
Sep 25, 2002 ... Mike Webster, whose Hall of Fame pro football career was followed by more than
decade of physical and psychological turmoil apparently ...
Saxophonist Michael Webster's compositions have been played by Joe Lovano,
Tom Harrell and Arturo O'Farrill at Birdland and by John Benitez at the Blue ...
Part 1: Mike Webster, the center of attention during the Steelers' dynasty, lived a
life in limbo after retirement.
Oct 8, 2013 ... Steelers legendary center Mike Webster was simply not himself after his career
ended. He played 17 years in the NFL, some said it was a few ...
Mike Webster died of a heart attack at age 50 on September 24, 2002, at a
Pittsburgh hospital. This undersized six-foot-two athlete, who through force of will
Mike Webster. Center. “Iron Mike”. Mike Webster. 17 seasons. 150 consecutive
game starts. 7 All-Pro. 9 Pro Bowls. 245 career games. + Add to Favorites Player
Clarinetist Michael Webster is Professor of Music at Rice University's Shepherd
School of Music and Artistic Director of the Houston Youth Symphony, which has
Oct 17, 2014 ... This story was originally published in 1997, long before the NFL and CTE were
connected through Mike Webster's legacy.
Michael Webster's compositions have been played by Joe Lovano, Tom Harrell
and Arturo O'Farrill at Birdland and by John Benitez at the Blue Note in New ...